Two-point conversions are becoming increasingly common in football. This year, there were 15 two-point conversions, which was a new record. If you’re betting on NFL football, you might be interested in ‘Music City Miracle,’ ‘Paul the Octopus’, or ‘Randy Moss and Todd Gurley.’ We’ll break down these terms to help you make a smart betting decision.

‘Music City Miracle’

The “Music City Miracle” is a famous football play from the 1999-2000 NFL playoffs. It happened during a game between the Tennessee Titans and the Buffalo Bills. On the Titans’ kickoff return, tight end Frank Wycheck threw a ball across the field to receiver Kevin Dyson. Dyson then ran the ball 75 yards for a touchdown. The play became a legend and helped the Titans beat the Bills, 22-16.

The “Music City Miracle” is still remembered as one of the greatest plays in NFL history. It occurred during a Wild Card Playoff game in the 1999-2000 NFL playoffs between the Titans and the Buffalo Bills. The game was played at the Adelphie Coliseum, which is now called LP Field. The Titans were 11-5 in the regular season and were second in their division to the Jacksonville Jaguars. The Titans had the best record of any wild-card entrant in NFL playoff history.

‘Paul the Octopus’

When it comes to betting, ‘Paul the Octopus’ has a reputation for consistency. After all, other animals have tried to consult him and found that he had an 85.7 percent success rate. But, despite his success rate, he is also quite a controversial figure. While he has faced criticism for his predictions, some believe that he is a legitimate and trustworthy octopus.

Paul was hatched in a tank at the Weymouth Sea Life Centre and moved to Oberhausen, Germany, where he was named after a poem by Boy Lornsen. From the early days, he displayed a high level of intelligence. In fact, the Sea Life Centre tried to figure out his talents, and one of the first things they noticed was the look in his eyes when visitors approached the tank.

‘Randy Moss’

The octopus is a football play in which multiple players on a team score the same number of points. It’s a common strategy used by teams to confuse the opposing team. An octopus can involve as few as two players, but typically involves at least three.

The Octopus is a popular prop bet on Super Bowl games. While the prop bets have been around for years, newer versions are popping up to attract new bettors. The Octopus is one of the newest additions to the Super Bowl props menu.

‘Todd Gurley’

Todd Gurley was the highest-paid running back in NFL history, a two-time first-team All-Pro, and the NFL’s Offensive Player of the Year. He has arthritic knee disease and is currently a free agent. His contract will expire at the end of the 2020 season. The Atlanta Falcons have signed Mike Davis in his place, so if you are betting on Gurley, you may want to wait for the odds to go down.

The ‘Octopus’ wager is based on whether or not the player will score a touchdown or a two-point conversion. In other words, if he scores a touchdown and two-point conversion, you win. Those two conditions are met if he plays the full game, but if he doesn’t score, you lose your bet.

‘Michael Wallace’

You’ve probably heard the term “the octopus” in sports betting before. But what does it mean? The name, in fact, is a reference to Michael Wallace, the controversial NFL quarterback. While Mitch Goldich attributes it to Wallace, the term was first posted by DraftKings this week.

An octopus is a creature of a different kind. It has intricate camouflage abilities. It can be difficult to spot, but it can be seen in the ocean. It also can be used to disguise itself. Unlike humans, octopi can’t be seen without an in-depth understanding of the environment.